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Back from Down Under: A Fulbrighter Says “Just Do It”

As two graduate students from the U prepare to embark on their time abroad researching and teaching in South Asia, another U “Fulbrighter”—Lynnette

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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon Announces Second Term

U student Casey L. Coombs, who is completing a Master of Science in International Affairs and Global Enterprise, is serving a fellowship in New York as UN correspondent

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U Biologist Named 2011 Emerging Explorer

National Geographic has selected University of Utah biologist, ornithologist and conservation ecologist Çağan Hakki Şekercioğlu as one of fourteen Emerging Explorers for 2011. The distinction recognizes Dr. Şekercioğlu among

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Pro & Con: Should president reinstate ‘enhanced interrogation’ tools?

Torture is illegal, immoral and ineffective.  So argues University of Utah professor of law Amos Guiora in response to claims that the killing of bin Laden demonstrates the validity

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Targeting Bin Laden: Legal, Geopolitical and Strategic Issues

Amos Guiora, professor of law at the University of Utah's S.J. Quinney School of Law, writes as guest commentator for The Jurist that although the killing of Osama Bin

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World Leaders React to Osama bin Laden’s Death

U student Casey L. Coombs, who is completing a Master of Science in International Affairs and Global Enterprise, is serving a fellowship in New York as UN correspondent

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Fukushima, Chernobyl and UN-Sponsored Nuclear Safety Reforms

U student Casey L. Coombs, who is completing a Master of Science in International Affairs and Global Enterprise, is serving a fellowship in New York as UN correspondent

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Is Côte d’Ivoire UN’s Next Libya?

U student Casey L. Coombs, who is completing a Master of Science in International Affairs and Global Enterprise, is serving a fellowship in New York as UN correspondent

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Opinion: Don’t deny detainees their day in court

In the Los Angeles Times opinion page January 4, 2010, University of Utah law professor Amos Guiora makes the case that "indefinite detention of post-September 11 detainees without

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Altеrnаtіvе Trеаtmеnt Optіons for Cаncеr

Introduction In October 2001, sixty-one year old James Rhio O'Connor ("Rhio") was diagnosed with pleural mesothelioma caused by exposure to asbestos when he was young. His prognosis was less

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